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|- Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN)
|- Polish Naval Academy (PNA)
|- Military University of Technology (MUT)
|- Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
|- Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA)
|- Finnish Institute for Verification of the Chemical Weapons Convention (VERIFIN)
|- Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE)
|- Thünen Institute of Fisheries Ecology (TI-FI)
|- Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)
|- European CBRNE Center
|- Lithuanian Environmental Protection Agency (LEPA)
|- Associated Partners
The Lithuanian Environmental Protection Agency (LEPA) is charged with organizing, coordinating and performing environmental monitoring and implementing the Lithuanian policy on control of hazadrous substances. The LEPA Marine Research Department has experience with assessments of the environment state at chemical munitions dumpsites in the Lithuanian economic zone and in publishing guidelines for fished munitions in Lithuania.
LEPA will contribute to CHEMSEA by reviewing sampling strategies, optimizing methods for arsenic measurements, carrying out the inventory of available data and characterisation of the dumping sites. LEPA will conduct a sampling cruise to Lithuanian Economic Zone and evaluate the ecological risks of chemical munitions. They will also participate in the compilation of safety guidelines and procedures concerning chemical munitions. LEPA will organise an information event on chemical warfare agents for Lithuanian environmental NGOs, fishermen and maritime authorities.